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      Courts Bulletin - Current Issue (September 2019)


      The latest court decisions are summarized each month in the Courts Bulletin. This publication keeps Missouri Bar members current with rulings in selected areas of the law. Selected federal court opinion summaries, new or amended rules of court and other matters of interest to practitioners are also included from time to time. A panel of volunteer lawyers, all authorities in their respective subject areas, prepare the case summaries. Readers are encouraged to check Missouri CaseNet for the current status of any reported decisions. 

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      Criminal Law
      The 24.035 guilty plea movant was entitled to an evidentiary hearing based on the allegation that plea counsel had a conflict of interest because counsel was a Ferguson City Council member and friends with the investigating Ferguson police officer. Perry v. State, No. 106857 (Mo. App. E.D., August 20, 2019), Sullivan, J. 
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      Juvenile Law
      Where juvenile is adjudicated for acts constituting a crime but turned eighteen prior to the case being argued and submitted to the Supreme Court of Missouri, appeal of adjudication is not moot; juvenile is entitled to an opportunity to remove the “discredit and stigma” of the adjudication. In Interest of D.C.M., No. 97595 (Mo. banc, August 13, 2019), Russell, J.
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